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Taiwan-China Relations Seen Staying on Track After January Election

The ocean strait that divides China from Taiwan was once a potential military flashpoint. Taiwan rules itself, but China says the two must eventually unify. Now Taiwan’s anti-China party leads in opinion polls ahead of a presidential election Saturday. But signs show that the worst in relations may be over. Former Taiwan president Lee Teng-hui suggested state-to-state relations with China in the 1990s, and his successor Chen Shui-bian advocated formal independence from Beijing. China...

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